[image-1] Charleston’s Holy City Vintage Market (HCVM) has been continuing the market virtually on Instagram since the beginning of the pandemic, and this week it will donate a portion of proceeds to Fresh Future Farm.
The virtual market returns on Aug. 2, 12-3 p.m.
Even though pop-up market founded in 2016 has moved online, its mission remains the same. "We encourage everyone to find their own unique style in vintage and make sustainable, environment-saving fashion a way of life," said HCVM founder Kelly Rae Smith. Shoppers can find clothing, accessories, records, decor and more at HCVM's virtual market.
This Sunday's virtual market will double as a fundraiser for local urban farm, Fresh Future Farm. The organization works to provide food justice and improve the quality of life for local residents, specifically for those in the Chicora-Cherokee area in North Charleston.
Raffle tickets are $5 and participants will be entered to win a prize bundle, including a voucher from Closet Case Thrift and items from several market vendors. The winner will be announced August 3 on HCVM's Instagram.
You can also donate directly to Fresh Future Farm online.